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Disrupting a Conservative dinner will not help asylum seekers. White, often middle class, activists are applauded for media stunts while migrant voices go unheard, writes Katya Sharifi-Nia
“Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” stayed on top of the box office charts in its second weekend in theaters
London seeks to calm tensions as PM visits Belfast for talks with parties
New York governor: Buffalo shooting was 'act of terrorism'
VENTNOR Wellbeing Cafe is based at the Green Room at Salisbury Gardens, funded by Ventnor Town Council.
The prime minister has also defended a new law which would allow the UK to unilaterally rip up the Northern Ireland Protocol.
Most of the top 10 fastest growing city economies by the end of 2023 will be in the South or East of England, a new report suggests.
The man shot 13 people during the incident in Buffalo
The presenter's husband is Tamzin Outhwaite's cousin.
Demonstrators turned out in New York City on Saturday, May 14, for one of many rallies taking place nationwide in support of abortion rights.These videos taken by Ben Von Klemperer show protesters marching over the Brooklyn Bridge.The “Bans Off Our Bodies” events were organized by groups including the Service Employees International Union (SEIU), Planned Parenthood Action Fund, UltraViolet, MoveOn, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), and the National Abortion Rights Action League (NARAL), and took place two weeks after a leaked draft Supreme Court opinion indicated that the court would overturn the landmark Roe v Wade decision of 1973.On May 11, the US Senate voted against advancing the Women’s Health Protection Act, a Democrat-led bill that would bolster abortion rights at a federal level, by 51 to 49. All Republican senators and one Democrat, Sen. Joe Manchin, voted against the bill. Credit: Ben Von Klemperer via Storyful
A MAN from Bournemouth has received a court bill of almost £400 for travelling on a train in London without paying the £62.30 fare.
‘I miss them every day’: the boy who lost his whole family to an Israeli airstrike. Omar Abu al-Ouf’s father, mother, brother and sister were all killed in the attack on their apartment building last May
Labor pledges to get creative industries ‘back on track quickly’ as it announces arts policy. Opposition wants to boost Australian content on streaming services but overall policy is light on funding commitments
Maya Pope-Sutherland, 23, said her sister had received messages from her alleged attacker threatening to kill her family.
The European Union has not yet found agreement on a sixth package of sanctions against Russia, its top diplomat Josep Borrell said after a meeting of the bloc's foreign ministers in Brussels on Monday. "Unhappily, it has not been possible to reach an agreement today," Borrell told reporters. He said foreign ministers had decided, however, to provide an additional 500 million euros for arms purchases in support of Kyiv, taking the total sum of money the EU has earmarked for that purpose to 2 billion euros.
‘I think he just wanted a souvenir,’ the former Babyshambles frontman said of one of the spats that happened during his drug-induced days
Heads say using support staff, teachers and senior leaders to invigilate exams will affect other pupils’ education.
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Two iconic planes used by British forces during World War II will be flying over Swindon in the next month.
Ukrainian folk-rap group Kalush Orchestra thank the world after winning the Eurovision Song Contest. The act have been the frontrunners since Russia’s invasion – which prompted organisers to ban the country from competing.